Alto Adige/Südtirol embodies the taste of two worlds. A combination of
Mediterranean and Alpine landscapes provides an exceptional growing
environment for indigenous and international varieties such as Pinot Bianco,
Pinot Grigio, Gewürztraminer, Schiava, Pinot Nero and Lagrein.
Acknowledged by sommeliers the world over for wines of impeccable quality
and value, Italy’s northernmost wine-growing region is worth a discovery.
Become an Alto Adige wines expert with our Master Class series. Hosted by
the Guild of Sommeliers and Geoff Kruth, MS, Alto Adige Master Classes take
you beyond the text book for an insider’s look at the region offering profound
insights into the complex wines of the Italian Alps. Alto Adige Master Classes
will take place in Chicago, Miami, New York, San Francisco, and Seattle.
Master Class participants will have the opportunity to apply for an Alto Adige
scholarship enrichment program to travel to the region, taste the wines and
learn first-hand from producers. For details and to reserve a seat, visit
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